SBU arrests railway official involved in smuggling Ukrainian grain to Russia
The attacker also controlled the movement of trains with Russian military equipment (Photo:SECURITY SERVICE OF UKRAINE)
Ukraine’s SBU security service has arrested a railway official in Kharkiv Oblast who oversaw a strategic railway junction and helped Russia manage logistics while the area was occupied by Moscow, the SBU reported on Facebook on Nov. 22.
Among other things, the suspect and his accomplice managed the movement of Russian military supply trains. They also helped to transfer stolen Ukrainian grain to Russia.
After the liberation of Kharkiv Oblast, one of the collaborators managed to flee to Russia, while the other one was taken into custody by the SBU.
The accused faces up to five years in prison.
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